Bella dies from giving birth to a half-vampire-half-human baby, and is brought back to life by Edward's venom - turning her into a vampire. No Bella Swan doesn't die. After giving birth to Renesme she was dying. Her heart was about to stop beating.
At the end of "Breaking Dawn Part 1," Bella (Kristen Stewart) has given birth to a half-human, half-vampire child named Renesmee (Mackenzie Foy). Her parentage allows her to grow at a rapid rate, however, she is mistaken to be an immortal child, which is illegal.
He left Bella with 4 broken ribs, a head wound, and a broken leg from where he stood on it while filming it all on a video camera. James bites Bella Swan.
Believing Bella is beyond saving, Jacob follows Renesmee, intent on killing her in revenge. Still with Bella, Edward provides CPR himself which, combined with the venom, eventually results in Bella's heart recovering, and her conversion into a vampire.
At the end of Eclipse, she becomes engaged to Edward Cullen (who is still physically 17), and they marry in Breaking Dawn, one month prior to her 19th birthday. On their honeymoon, she becomes pregnant, and, due to the peculiar nature of her baby, Bella nearly dies giving birth to their daughter, Renesmee.
fiveGaming Latest There are five main stages in Little Nightmares II, the first four of which contain two collectible hats hidden away in some very dark and obscure places.
fiveLittle Nightmares is comprised of five different chapters. The first chapter is relatively short, acting as a tutorial stage to help you learn the ropes. The bulk of the gameplay then takes place during chapters two, three, and four, with a shorter fifth chapter rounding things off.
Updated:Single-PlayerPolledAverageMain Story1155h 59mMain + Extras3217h 37mCompletionists360h 26mAll PlayStyles1509h 33m